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Ho, Jane
October 2010
Forbes Asia;Oct2010, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p68
The article reports on the growth of Zhejiang Baoxiniao Garment Co. Ltd. in Wenzhou, China. Founded by Wu Zhize and four other partners, the maker of Saint Angelo and other suit and casual wear labels recorded 161 million dollars in sales and 27 million dollars in net profit. Moreover, the company appeared on Forbes Asia's Best Under a Billion companies list.


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